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ON HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

ON HOPE. When first Creation's dawn arose, And grief and pain to man were given, 'Twas then bright hope from Chaos sprung, To lure the mourner back to Heaven. Hope ! dearest, best, celestial gift, Sweet soother of our darkest woe, Thou art the balm of sorrow's cup, And soothest ev'ry ill below. E'en when the clouds of sorrow lour, As we wander on the world's highway, Oppress'd by power, and mock'd by pride, Thou shinest out with cheering ray. See yon fond mother with her child, O'er his infant beauties bending, Ev'ry prospect great and good, Does she hope his future blessing. Then look again: while o'er his bier Heart.rending sighs and tears are vain: Yet e'en in death sweet Hope can say, My babe and I shall meet again. See that fading maiden, thinking Of her lov'd one far away, Hoping, trusting, yet believing, While o'er his corse the wild waves play. What can sustain the loving heart Through long years of doubt and sorrow, Of estrangement or separation, But the hope of brighter mo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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BERRIMA, 8th FEB. 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

BEnIRIMA, 8th FEB. 184I~.-His Grace the Sbchbtishop arrived in this town vesterday ac ottipanied by the Rev. Dr. Gregory Vicar Ge?teral, and proceeded to the residence or the Rev. IMr. M'Ginty. Twice during the morning His Grace perfortmed Iigh mass in the temporary cihapel now in use, and at twelve o'clock His Grace, attended by the Rev. Dr. Gregory and the Rev. Mr. tM'Giiity, proceeded to lay Ilie fondia tion stone of the new Rumtan Catholic Church, which has been so long in contemplation to erect here. The ceremony wias performed in the presence of a very large assemblage of the ladies atnd gentlemen of the district, amounting to some 1511 persons, who was much gratified with His Grace's dignified and urbane demeanour. The contractor for the bnilding of the niew edi flee (Mr. Mlunro), was also in attendance, and lent his efficient assistance to the imposiiig spec tacle. It should be mentioned that His Grace held a confirmtation previous to laying the stone, which, as well as tthe...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

F.asiitoasnarit EN'ERTAINSMENTs.-Onl Mon la" ieui g ?I Its JIrle acl1d Bar 'in Circ uit, and it select party ':if ladies and gentlemen,e were en iill ained i 'by mi - o ,respected .townlsman, John O'S lin Estq His Hbowr MIr. Justice.Mlan. iog; t iiertattied 'n select pniarty of laities and gentlemei at the Hotel if Mti;. Miiatlelson on thei eeiiitig if Tliirsdiy last,n;id we under siitltd iliiit ex?esive anid elaborate preparations iti'e .tanlhiFig li uie: at Rivios lle)afir a Blil1 and Supper otnl M?onday niext,- vwitere tlhe. lites of tlitee Cottlites tre invitteti to mieet 11is I xcel lec?: thii Gotveinort: It s snirl that upotl this rension atfiny ':laidies iid tiitleiime will be -in tiiced fi thfi fisiite lst o ttie to: hes'plendid fes ittiies of Ro iville ýAtoit er tea party is ex iecitel to: tite pliace oi? sone futinre occasion at tli.y (esilean tiitalpe- Tite piesstire of the times uplon, m~ s p)otlcets mi''st be exnggerated. GOOinL i B NHoaPt t lis Excellency the G i etit ...

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Original Poetry. THE LOVER'S TEMPTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

TIE LOVER'S 'fEMPTATION, It is a commonly believed superstition among the Irish, that the FaiLies often assume the form of a young and lovely maiden, to lure away mortals by their beauty and fascinations. 'Twas eve, and the sun, ere he esank to his rest Was tipping with gold the blue hills of the west, As Eman 'neath an oak of the Emerald Isle Sank to sleep as he thought of his loved one the while. Gentle dreams came o'er him, his Kathleen was there With her white spotless brow and her dark flow ing hair. At the altar she stood, by her fond lover's side, Bedecked in the robes of a young virgin bride; And her hand as in his he tenderly pressed, The good priest in wedlock the happy pair blessed; He awoke from his dreaming, a being was there, Than fancy can picture, more lovely, more fair; He gazed on her form, it dazzled his-sight As the meteor's gleam in a dark wintry night; So beauteous she seemed, as the spirit of love Or poet's bright dream of the seraphs above; With eyes beaming ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

UNRESERVED SALE OF DRAPERY, 10OSI. ERY, SLOPS, TEA, SUGAR, TOBACCO, EARTHENWARE, &ra. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. S. EM?ANUEL, On TUESDAY, the 13th of February, at the Goulburn Store, next to the Residence of Mr. W. Simous, Clinton-street, SHE WHOLE OF THE ABOVE STOCK, CONSISTING OF Hosiery, Haberdashery, Slops, Tea, Sugar, To bacco, Earthenware, with sundry other goods. TERMS AT SALE. Thirty Head Superior Horse Stcck, and a thorough-bred Entire Horse, WITHOUI? RESERVE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. P. DIGNAM, At the yards of the Selutation un, Gonlburn, on TUESDAY, the 20th February at 11 o'clock, k HBE above S T 0 C K comprises JL MlARES FILLIES SADDLE and DRAUGHT HORSES. At the same time and place, A thorough-bred Entire Horse, Got by " OLo EMIGRANT" out of an Imported Mare,--a splended auimal, GOULBURN RACES, To take plac3 on the 2%th., 25th., ana 27th APRIL next. AT a MEETING held at Mr. Dnigan's, the Argyle Inn, the Gth February, for the purpose 01 electing Stewards ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

TERMS.- Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. No verbal communication can be attended to and all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. I No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONES. ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. Od. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise ments that do not state on the face of them, the number of times they are to be inserted, will be continued until countermanded and charged to the parties concerned. The quarters end on 31st March, 30th June 23rd September and 23rd December, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv. ing notice and paying the amount due to the end of the current quarter. Edited, printed, and published by WILLIAM JONES, (sole proprietor), at the Printing Office, Auburn street, Goulburn,

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THE GOVERNOR'S SECOND VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

THE GOVERNOR'S SECOND VISIT. TnE GOVERNOR may be looked for on Monday next; preparations of magni tude are going on at Rossiville for a fresh reception; the proprietor of that do main being inflated with theidea thatvice royalty is once more about to honor him with its company ; but we have reason to believe that he is counting:his chickens before they are hatched. Unless His EXCELLENCY is a gentle man possessing the most insatiable appe tite for foreign society, unless he prefers the vain babbling of a conceited old man whose days of mental acuteness have passed away, if indeed such days ever existed, we should think that he will this time allow himself to be brought in contact with the intelligence, respecta bility, and wealth of the district; and this he cannot do if a guest of Captain Rossi. We have no wish to stir up the cir cumstances of the late visit of the Go vERNOR; we conceive that we handled them with complete justice, in our last publication, but we do most earnestly de...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. (Before His Honor Mr. JUSTICE MANNING). INDECENT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

TUESDAY, FEDRUARY 0. (Before His Honor Mr. JUSTtcE MANStNG). INDECENT ASSAULT. William Nowlaeu, late of Queanbe?nn,anii old blind mran of 77 years of age .vies indilced for indecently assanlting one Anniee Iolelbn Stewart; aged 7 years, at GundagdLi, on thle 22nd ;of De cember last. The prisoner plendid.not guilty... ; .. .... . ;: Mrs. Caroline Duncottlbe.st red thlat.she livede at Gnndatroi, ii li(atig occaStion toi'go toGoil burn in Decemb 't i;er sil eft'l iisottibnir, ~:'wl l ;i known by the intne iif'll3illtd 3ililli, ludlhe chilld Anne St ewarttRithldein, ati le'lItoise'ttltt litar re turn, whilh tok, lpl,'a cathi..shi.tsmias Eve.v Oit the moreiutg fle isi ,lir, it e'tli tl'ot If. i t' H gliets staliO n,.a short+ di'titiie?l ?,t; ( lit-iet11 o.l t rsit i',' t : i a few days' efrtrivnt Is wtit'ess tbseiscil litiL i bs on the child's nliete ,ni t 1. itieell ttt s ii lt it a very lamnie imatit, itielrli I le;t hti 0rito'I lit?ei? that she'had sustaiined suilettipie u a?- ihuse :...

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THIRD AUSTRALIAN TALE. THE NOBLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

THIRD AUSTRALZ1AN TALE, THE NOBLEMAN. "A chield's amaug you taking notes, And, faith, he'll prent it." TaE golden sun-set of Australia has often, by those who have witnessed both, been even sup posed to rival an Italian sky; i'ts true, its part rug beams do not illumine " any cloud capped towers or moss-grown ruins, yet although we have not the inspiring breath of ancient art, nor do we tread the sacred walk where at each step imagined Burns." Yet who can tread the path less wood and not feel that though the dark chain of silence be but rarely broken ; yet there the voiceless majesty of nature appeals to the soul of the traveller which awakens thoughts that breathe a tale of what this infant world may yet become, when the industry and enterprise of man shall turn the wilderness into smiling cities if blessed by a superior power. Its internal wealth is incalculable, whilst its boundless regions offer a field of conjecture as to its re publics and kingdoms. I certainly do not go to th...

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INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

INDIAN NEWS. IMPORTANT news have reached this Colony by the way of the Mauritius, which confirm the report, some time cur rent, that war had again broken out in the Punjaub. General Whish had been compelled to raise the siege of Mooltan, and had taken a position to the westward of it, on the banks of the Chenab, waiting for the development of the Government plans with reference to the country at large. The siege had commenced with con siderable slaughter, tour officers and two hundred men having been killed in car rying a position, but still it was clear that a few days must be sufficient to batter down the fort, when suddenly the Rajah Shere Singh, with a large body of men and nine guns, deserted to the enemy ; upon this movement the Go vernor thought it wise to secure himself in a strong position until reinforcements arrived.

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

MONDAY, FI eItUARY 5. (Before His Honor Mr. JUSTICE MANNING.) His Honor took his seat on the Bench at ten o'clock. ASSAULT WITtH INTENT, &O. ,John Swift, late of Gnndagai, laborer, was in dicted for feloniously making an assault and car nally knowing and abusing one Ellen O'Brien, a female child under the nge of ten years, to wit, of the age of six years, at Gundagai, on the 13th of January last. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. At the request of His Honor, Mr. Holroyd watched the evidence on behalf of the prisoner. Ilenry O'Brien being sworn, stated that he lived at Gundngai, and knew prisoner at the bar. On the 13th January prisoner came in a furious {nanner into witness' hut at the time he and his family were at dinner. He asked for a " feed ;" witness told his wife to give him something to eat, and said that it would be a deed of charity to let him stop for two or three days, as he was travelling. About two o'clock witness went out to his work wills another man, named Li...

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MR. SMITH O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

Nt. SMITH O BRIEN. The Clonmel reporter of the ' Cork Constitu tion says :-' Daring the last few days Smith O'Bricu has amused himself writing poetry, dis tributing the scraps amongst his friends. To one gentleman he gave the following: ' Whether on the gallows high, ' Or in the battle's van, ' The only place for man to die, ' Is where he dies for man.' ' WILLIAM SMITen O'BRIEN.

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. IN these times, when scarcity of money is so severely felt, and more especially at this season, when our neighbours are busy at their out-door occupations and industrious pursuits, it behoves those who have the direction and superinten dence of our social and moral duties, to prevent as much as possible any un called-for hindrance or unnecessary ex pense in furtherance of tile object they are placed over to direct. We are sorry to say that some parties appear to have lost sight of such very requisite qualifi cation, and have shamefully caused a great deal of unnecessary trouble, and much additional expense and loss of time, which might have been avoided had they, as they ought to have done, attended properly to the duties entrusted to them. We are induced to make the above remarks, from a knowledge that many persons residing at a distance of 30 or 40 miles were summoned to attend the Small Debts' Court on Monday last, who of necessity were compelled to leave thei...

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CIVIL SIDE.—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

CIVIL SIDUE.-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1BULL AND ANOTHER V. DONALD M'Kr.LLAhn This was an action brought to recover damages sustained by the non.fnlfilment of an agreement entered into between the plaintiffs in this case and Jamies Sinclair and another, by which the latter agreed to erect in Sloane street certain buildiings for an Inn. The defendant in the ac tull with another had entered into a bond for the fulfilment of the contract. The trial. lasted two days. We have not room to give a report in full; At seven o'clock the Joiy 'retired,'and after one hotut's absence found a vernirt fori the plaintiffs,-damages .110. Coiunsel for tithe plsintif's Mr. Eolroyd, Attor ney, ilr., Kitson; for the defendant, Counsel, the Attorney-Gee Attonral,Aorney, Mr. Grant.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. SIP.,-Knowing your willingness to give ptbli city to any subject connected with the wellare of this and the neighbouring districts, If'beg t introduce the following for your notice: Some time back, in conversation with a per son who had resided in the Burrowa district for period of nearly seventeen years, he mentioned a little of the " goings on" in that locality, which I have since heard corroborated by many of the: respectable settlers in that district. It is recorded as a fact, that there-are a num ber of men now living there, who are of a most daring character, and having ino immediate check put upon their-actions, are alike regardless of God and man, and being a sort of " Clan" composed of their own sort, are the terror of their more peaceable neighbours; for if any offence is committed by these men, which makes them amenable to the law, and an unfortunate person who from a knowledge of the transaction is compelled to appear as a witness ag...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before His HONOR MR. JUSTICE MANNING.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

WEDNEDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before His Hosoan M.,~JUsTioE MANe'4ctr.) LARCENY. Charles Clarke, late ot Goulblti u;laborer, was indicted for stealiing and ttaking away certein articles of wearing apparel'ihe prtoperty tofr1lHei'ry Goldsmith, at Goulbui orin, ti the 14th Jain. lst.: The prisoue.t plelhdetld miit guilvy: [A full report ,of the evildenlce in .this. case having recently appeied.rl iiiýou rcolumis; tve il not think it uecesstary. ii; ugain t?iblisthc tlide tails.j] Thie Jury withoit troudbliig Hi-s Honorto st ii up.the eviideune, i'etrntiedii' verdiict of guiliy:'::; His' Honor seitienced lie pliisiiei to ::bei worked in ironis for the peiutil: of iiree" years . LARCENY. Peter Tracy, late of GolHibuti:in,; laborer was indicted for stealing one gowim piece 'iof :he vlue of 10s., one bed gown of tlihe.valutie ofOs , and two shirts of the value of N. eatcli, ithe property of William Clarke, at Shelly's flats, ont the 14th December last. There were two other counts in the indict m...

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PENCILLINGS BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

PENCILLINGS BY THE WAY. "TRAVEI.LERs SEE STRANGE SIGHTS," is a very old saying, and that they sometimes HEan SiTRANGE THINGS, is equally truthful, particularly in this Colony, where the domestic arrangements are on a less extensive scale of accommodation for casual guests than in Europe. The conse quence of this " established order" of things is, that you not unfrequently get lodged in the ad joining room to your entertainer, with a thin partition only between you and the heads of your respective bedsteads placed chock against it; the slightest whisper in either apartment is conse quently audible to your neighbour in the next, and many a diverting colloquy have I occasion ally been an unintentiounal ear-witness to, from being, on ajourny, so disposed of for the night. Some of them, perhaps, may amuse your readers also, and in that hope I'll endeavour to sketch them. It is unnecessary to say where I was going to, or with whom I stopped, suflice it, that my kind host on one occasion w...

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Goulburn Circuit Court. CRIMINAL SIDE,—SATURDAY, FEB. 3, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

CRIMINAL SIDE,-SATUIDAY, FEB. 3, 1849. Mr. Justice MANNING accompanied by Mr. YouN, the High Sheriff, and Mr. CanTER his HoNUon's Associate, arrived at M andelsou's hotel on Saturday Morning. His [-Ionos after attending divine service at St. Saviour's Church, proceeded to the New Court-House, and the business of the Assizes was commenced. IstDORE MAURICE BLAKE, Esq., was sworn in a Magistrate of the territory and its dependencies. CATTLE SrEALING. John Petrie committed on a charge of cattle stealing, was discharged on the motion of Mr. H1olroyd, and with consent of the Attorney-Geue ral, the Crown considering the depositions were not sulficiently positive to entertain an indict ment against the prisoner. DRAY tOBBERY. James Johnson, late of Berrima, laborer, was indicted for stealing in Sutton Forrest, on the Oth of July last, 1000 lbs sugar of the value of £20, seven bags of the value of six-pence each, and one tarpaulin of the value of £4, the pro. perty of one James Wood. The pri...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Bino-Bownti o.-Many thanks. They will appear in our next. A CoNsST.T RE.Dntt is mistaken about the verses he alludes to. VINDEo ihi our next. TOADY will probably appear in our next issue. WE are compelled to curtail many departments of our papet owing to the leugth of the Assize Reports. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1849.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 February 1849

Enlargement OF THE PAPER. OUR Subscribers and the Pub lic generally are respectfully informed that early next month the " GOULBURN HERALD" will be permanenily enlarged to nearly DOUBLE ITS PRESENT SIZE!!! The increased dimensions will afford ample room for the publi cation of much useful and inter esting information connected with the Mother country, as well as the Colonies, which we are com pelled to omit at present, owing to our limited space. In the enlarged edition the Colonial Market Prices, Arrival and Departure of Vessels, Im pounding Notices, List of un claimed Letters &c. will regularly appear, together with a mass of intelligence equal to any paper published in Sydney or elsewhere. Although the alteration in the size of the Paper will entail a considerable extra expense on the proprietor, he does not purpose to raise the price of the Subscrip tion, which will remain as it is at present. It is to be hoped that the resi dents in the Southern Counties will extend to t...

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